A Ceylon black tea with a comfortable astringency and a gorgeous aroma that makes it worth drinking.
It is a brand of a popular tea plantation in Dimbula, a production area representing Sri Lanka, the "Tea Island". A flowery gorgeousness that overlaps with a calming woody scent. The delicious astringency and sweetness of black tea create a satisfying drink, and it is recommended to enjoy it with baked sweets at tea time or British-style with tea with milk. Enjoy the charm of authentic Ceylon tea.
Store away from high temperature and humidity and direct sunlight. After opening, put in an airtight container and consume as soon as possible.
(per 2.5g of tea leaves) energy 8kcal, protein 0.5g, fat 0.1g, carbohydrate 1.3g, salt equivalent 0g
Firm and pleasant astringency
2.5g(1 small teaspoonful)
If you make it into iced tea, you can enjoy a refreshing milk tea that has a solid taste and does not leave a milk aftertaste.
Since 2015, I bought a brand of Great Western Tea Garden for the first time in a while. Dimbura has been regularly ordering samples since around September. I didn't have a lot of flavors that really appealed to me, but in December, I began to find a number of brands whose taste and aroma made me happy. If I wait a little longer, the year will change and I will be able to sell it as a quality season brand in January and February, so I was a little hesitant, but I decided to buy it because of its deliciousness. The full-bodied taste, which combines the soothing aroma and the pleasant astringency and sweetness of black tea, makes the sweets even more delicious. The same area and the same harvest time as the milder Somerset tea plantation, but you can taste and compare the different flavors and aromas of each tea plantation.
Great Western Tea Plantation
Founded in 1883, the Great Western Tea Plantation was originally a coffee farm. Today, it is the largest tea plantation in the Dimbula area with 628 hectares of tea plantation. The altitude is 1,448 meters. The highest area exceeds 2,200 meters. It is one of the tea plantations operated by a group company that bundles popular tea plantations such as Mattakere Tea Plantation, Loggie Tea Plantation, Desford Tea Plantation, and Somerset Tea Plantation. Dimbula produces teas with a strong, full-bodied taste. It is popular for tea time of people all over the world.
Ceylon black tea "Dimbula" with an orthodox taste
Dimbula is a tea-producing area located in the southwestern part of Sri Lanka's Central Mountains. Black tea grown at altitudes classified as medium to high-grown has a well-balanced aroma, taste, and astringency, making it popular with Japanese people. The quality season is from January to February, and the flowery scent stands out in the brands harvested during this season.
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